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St Luke's Mews, W11

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£1,650 p/w - Long Let

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House (3 bedrooms)

Located amidst the candy-coloured houses of cobbled St Luke’s Mews, this laid-back three-bedroom home undeniably caters to modern life, with an inverted layout that capitalises on natural light. Enter into a spacious sitting room, where crisp, white walls and fitted storage afford generous space to leave your mark with treasured family photos and trinkets. Settle down in this cosy snug and enjoy a restful movie night or unwind with a nightcap. Through sets of white-panelled double doors, find two double bedrooms, bathed in light and served by a sleek bathroom. Transform one into a high-spec home gym or refreshing office space. Ascend the stairs to the first floor and find the lofty master bedroom. With pared-back furnishings and double doors leading to a quaint balcony, it’s a bright and calming space. The en suite is traditional, reminiscent of its history as a mews house. Laid-back style and his-and-hers sinks that contrast with a copper freestanding bath – the prime spot to enjoy some much-needed me-time. Alongside this, a handy utility room and WC. Upstairs, an open-plan reception, dining and kitchen area, perfectly designed for entertaining. The kitchen exudes minimalist chic; handsome wood countertops, a tasteful backsplash, neat fitted storage and gold detailing. Budding home cooks can impress here, serving up elaborate feasts in the comfortable dining space. After, let gatherings spill out into the living area, finished with fitted seating and dual aspect windows which make it the ideal spot to watch the sun go down. For a dose of fresh air, head upstairs to the timber-decked roof terrace and drink in London’s incredible skyline.

Perfectly located just a five-minute walk from bustling Portobello Road, St Luke’s Mews is quaint street, affording quiet and privacy whilst nestled in the heart of Notting Hill. In fifteen minutes, tuck into a pan-Asian banquet at contemporary restaurant, Uli, on Ladbroke Road, followed by gin and tonics at The Distillery. If some much-needed greenery is on the agenda, take in the beauty of Kensington Gardens. Or, for a window into pioneering design, enjoy a short stroll to the Design Museum.Westbourne Park (6 mins)Ladbroke Grove (7 mins)Royal Oak (14 mins).

  • Two reception rooms
  • Bespoke kitchen
  • Three spacious bedrooms
  • Two bathrooms
  • Additional WC
  • Utility room
  • Private roof terrace
  • Royal Borough of Kensington & Cheslea
  • Architect: Fossey Arora
  • Approx. 1,500 sq ft / 139.4 sq m. EPC=C

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